We do have the potential of tropical cyclone development in and near the Gulf of Mexico over the next five (5) days. Currently, there is no direct threat to the Middle Texas Coast.
The National Hurricane Center (NHC) is monitoring a weak disturbance across the northwestern Caribbean Sea. There is a low chance (20%) for tropical cyclone development within the next five (5) days as this area for potential development moves into the central Gulf of Mexico. This disturbance is expected to remain well east of the region and poses no direct threats to South Texas and the Middle Texas Coast at this time.
Unless major changes occur to the forecast, No additional briefings are planned at this time.
Although systems can and have developed before the start of the season, now is a good time to remind you that Hurricane Season officially begins June 1.